Kyocera Mita today launched the latest addition to its line up of digital multifunction MFPs, the 25 page per minute KM-2550. The KM-2550 is designed to meet the output demands of busy workgroups and departments and is network print and copy-ready straight from the box. It is a sister product to the KM-1650 and KM-2050 MFPs which were launched on the 1st November.

The KM-2550 will enhance the efficiency of any office thanks to its fast output speed of 25 pages per minute in A4 and 13 pages per minute in A3, and time to first page of just 4.9 seconds. It can be configured with a range of options to enable duplex printing and internal document finishing and can be upgraded to full multifunctional performance with the addition of optional fax and scan functions.

Maximum Up-time
With a standard paper capacity of 650 sheets, upgradeable to 1,250 for the more demanding environment, the KM-2550 delivers reliable performance and minimises the need for user intervention. It uses Kyocera Mitas proprietary long life technology to deliver high reliability, with a preventative maintenance cycle of 300,000 pages. Added to this, Kyocera Mita has designed the KM-2550 so that it requires only a very short service time of just fifteen minutes, which means that the user benefits from maximum up-time.

Koby Amedume, Marketing Manager at Kyocera Mita commented: The KM-2550 is designed to enhance the productivity of an office by providing a fast and reliable document production and duplication centre. By adding the optional scan and fax functionality the product becomes a cost-effective document archiving and distribution system. The KM-2550 completes Kyocera Mitas recently launched line up of A3-capable multifunction systems.

Digital Functionality
The KM-2550 is equipped with advanced digital functionality including electronic sort and rotate sort output, plus an ECOcopy mode for draft documents and an N-up copying facility that reduces paper usage.

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